Up to 2/3 of our exposure to dangerous water contaminants come from our shower or bath, where they can easily enter our bloodstream and are absorbed by our skin. Learn more and how you can protect yourself!
Your hairs get damaged even if you avoid excessive hair styling and chemicals. Hairs are continuously in contact with the environment with some degree of contamination that has damaging effects on hair. Besides excessive shampooing, chlorinated water (water supplied to households are mostly disinfected chlorine) and sun exposure also steal hair’s strength and luster. Ready made options are expensive and have harsh chemicals. http://wp.me/p7Q0VM-s
If you thought you were safe from the affects of chlorine because you use a filter for your drinking water, you're wrong -- according to the experts.The hot bath water opens the pours, allowing the chlorine to be absorbed through the skin. And worse, the steam from a hot chlorinated bath or shower contains a by-product of chlorine: chloroform, which is more dangerous than chlorine. Read more: http://wp.me/p1eUxQ-M3
Breast cancer, which now effects one in every eight women in North America, has recently been linked to the accumulation of chlorine compounds in the breast tissue. A study carried out in Hartford Connecticut, the first of it’s kind in North America, found that, “women with breast cancer have 50% to 60% higher levels of organochlorines (chlorination byproducts) in their breast tissue than women without breast cancer.”
Can We Send You Our Free Special Report: "100 Ways To Use Essential Oils To Change Your Life"? What You Need to Grow Herbs in Water Water For a simple herb stand in the kitchen, you can root herb cuttings in plain water in glass bottles. Avoid using chlorinated water directly as the bleaching chemical is not exactly friendly to plant tissues. Tap water… [read more]
Can We Send You Our Free Special Report: "100 Ways To Use Essential Oils To Change Your Life"? The extraction process In order to produce an oil, you need to extract or remove the oil of the plant from the roughage. In order to do this, the seed, nut, legume, or grain has to undergo a specific process that separates the roughage from the… [read more]